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I've been using this app since symbian days whan I had Nokia E72. However there's one thing I would like the developers to improve, i.e. if the app has an standalone option to use "network cells" to ascertain the location, then why the user is forced to switch on the GPS?(I'm using Android 10 on Oneplus7) This logic I don't get, symbian was very symplified and didn't have any such unnecessary forced options. Pls could you rectify this, and help save the battery life... Rest all is perfect...
5 people found this review helpful
July 21, 2020
Thanks for the feedback! Android requires apps to request location permissions (and positioning must be enabled) even when using just network cells. But it does not mean the physical GPS chip is on. It should be on only when there is any app actively using GPS. Anyway, current UI behavior is dictated by the platform. Not much we can do about it.
A Google user
Absolutely love this app. Used it since Symbian days. Would like to be able to switch on/off "Do not disturb" settings though, especially the Priority option. Keep up the good work
1 person found this review helpful
January 22, 2019
Thanks for the review! At least a simple "Do not disturb" on / off feature is on its way - hopefully within a couple months. But as the API is restricted, it will require the app to be configured as the default assistant on your device.